Five Things To Do This Weekend
If you need weekend plans, we have you covered.
Why go: The Winchester Players will present their second weekend performances of the classic Ernest Thompson play "On Golden Pond" at the Winchester Unitarian Church.
Why go: Jubilation Singers will hold a car wash and bake sale on Saturday, May 12. Stop by the circle at the end of the McCall parking lot from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a car wash, tasty treats and perhaps even a serenade from these talented singers. Your support ensures that the program can continue as this group is funded through a combination of fundraisers and community grants.
3. Spring Fling
Why go: Get up close and personal at the “Animal Craze” Petting Zoo. Kiss a pig, Pat an alpaca, cuddle a bunny. Have a look at all our exciting new projects. We now have chickens and a greenhouse, as well as expanded vegetable fields. And we have lots of parking up the hill at 82 Ridge St. Listen and dance to great music. Visit our many fun and informative tables. Purchase organic seedlings grown right here in Winchester in our new greenhouse. Come and enjoy Winchester's community Farm.
Cost: $10 per person/$25 per family
Why go: Are you "In the Mood" for a night of dancing to the music of the Winchester School Bands? All are invited to bring friends and family to the semi-formal benefit dance for the Winchester School Bands on Saturday May 12 at 8 p.m in St. Eulalia's Manion Hall, 50 Ridge Street, Winchester. The WHS Concert Band, McCall Jazz Band and the WHS Jazz Band will provide the dance music.
Where/When: May 13 at 10 a.m. at 149 Pond St, Stoneham, MA
Why go: At Stone Zoo, be sure to visit with white-cheeked gibbon Iggy and her eight-month-old offspring Paddy. Bring Mom along with the entire family to either Franklin Park Zoo or Stone Zoo for a memorable day with the unforgettable animals that call the Zoos home.